Study Room Reservation Pilot Program goes into effect in Henderson Library
Fall 2019 Zach S. Henderson Library will implement a study room reservation pilot program on the first floor of the library. A total of 15 study rooms, including two previously reservation-only practice rooms, will be available for reservation by any Georgia Southern student, faculty, or staff member. These rooms will also be available for walk-in users whenever they are not actively reserved.
Students, faculty, and staff may reserve up to 4 hours of use per day among the first floor study rooms. This time does not have to be reserved consecutively and does not have to be in the same space. We ask that occupants of the room vacate immediately if a person with a reservation comes and requests access to the space. Any disagreements may be brought to the Access Services desk.
The purpose of this pilot program is to meet student demand for better access to study rooms. With the initiation of this program, the library will offer three different types of rooms for students. First floor rooms can be reserved, but also support walk-in use. Third floor group study rooms allow for individual use before 6pm, but prioritize group use after 6pm, and are first come, first served. Third and fourth floor graduate study rooms are available by reservation only and can only be used by graduate students.
The first floor pilot program will run until December 2019, unless a need for immediate change occurs, at which time a decision will be made on the success or failure of the pilot and how the library will move forward.
Information on the study rooms, reservation tools, and a feedback survey are available through the Henderson Library Study Room Reservations LibGuide.